DARE: Domain Analysis and Reuse Environment

@article{Frakes1998DAREDA,
  title={DARE: Domain Analysis and Reuse Environment},
  author={William B. Frakes and Rub{\'e}n Prieto-D{\'i}az and Christopher J. Fox},
  journal={Ann. Software Eng.},
  year={1998},
  volume={5},
  pages={125-141}
}
DARE (Domain Analysis and Reuse Environment) is a CASE tool that supports domain analysis – the activity of identifying and documenting the commonalities and variabilities in related software systems. DARE supports the capture of domain information from experts, documents, and code in a domain. Captured domain information is stored in a domain book that will typically contain a generic architecture for the domain and domain-specific reusable components. 
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